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Feb 7, 2013 4:00am PST
athletes in america. and outraged at what some are calling a racist frat party at duke university. we'll show you the pictures. >>> plus, the thrill of victory and the agony of racing up 1,576 steps of the empire state building. "early today" back in two >>> welcome back. stories making news this morning. new sanctions against iran go into effect today. the obama administration is targing the country's state broadcaster and internet policing agency. economic sanctions enacted last summer have also been triggered. washington hopes the move will force tehran to halt its nuclear program. >>> police in southern california are on the hunt for a man who used to be one of their own. former lapd officer christopher dorner is wanted in connection to a double hospital. the cal state basketball coach and is her fiancee were found shot to death sunday night. >>> some students at duke university say the kappa sigma fraternity went too far in throwing an asian-themed party. an invitation to the party was written in broken english and included a reference to kim jong il. members of duke's asian stud
CNBC
Feb 18, 2013 2:00pm EST
of a stem cell research program at duke university. she advises the federal government and is the codirector of this multimillion dollar laboratory which works with stem cells harvested from umbilical cord blood. dr. kurtzberg told us there's no evidence yet that stem cells can treat cerebral palsy. >> some of the diseases that we see stem cell cures offered for on the internet include multiple sclerosis. >> there are no stem cell cures yet for multiple sclerosis. >> lou gehrig's disease? >> i wish there were, but there are not. >> you know, i wonder how often it happens that you have to tell a patient, "i'm sorry. there's nothing we can do." and then they come back to you two days later and say, "well, i see all these cures on the internet." >> mm-hmm, i get manyof those cs and see many of those patients. but it's very dishonest to mislead people when there's nothing you can do. [ticking] >> coming up, confronting dr. ecklund. >> frankly, dr. ecklund, you have nothing to base your results on. there's no clinical trial, there's no-- there's no blind study. there are no medical papers publish
CNBC
Feb 18, 2013 8:00am EST
standard. duke university suggested we use something called a dry shipper, cooled with liquid nitrogen. we sent the dry shipper to stem tech. stem tech sent the frozen cells to us. and we forwarded them to joanne kurtzberg. a computer chip inside our package verified that the cells were properly frozen all the way. dr. kurtzberg analyzed the cells. for comparison, look under the microscope. healthy umbilical cord stem cells look like this. the cells we got from stem tech had disintegrated. >> so these are the cells you purchased. and they are dying or dead. >> we see all of these dead and disintegrating cells and, essentially, cellular debris. >> mm-hmm. >> are there dangers of injecting that into someone? >> there are huge dangers if you injected that into someone's blood or spinal fluid, because all these little fragments and debris would get trapped somewhere in the bloodstream and could cause a stroke or, in the brain, could cause an inflammatory reaction. >> remember, the sussers asked dr. ecklund to treat adam in the u.s. and in december 2011, he got out of a van to meet gary susser
SFGTV2
Feb 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
to be a franchisee of domino's my brand, my life, all i have been done since i graduated from duke university. it is what it is. would prefer the site on fillmore. the site on geary is near a store will really have. being across the street from mcdonald's -- gosh, they're not going out of business anytime soon. we sell affordable food. it is still a poor neighborhood. that is how we got the first time, it was redevelopment. we sell affordable food. we hope that you will accept it. thank you. >> commissioner wu: any other public comment? public comment is closed. >> commissioner borden: this is an either or situation. if we vote for geary we would not approve the other? >>: the item now is the geary location. >> commissioner borden: i want to understand, when i think about domino's pizza i think about delivery. is it actually a walk-in? people coming to get pizza? i don't think of domino's a place i would go to grab a slice of pizza. >>: usually by telephone or the internet. people walk in; there is a safeway shopping center and people live in apartments on top. i was there for one hour and
SFGTV2
Feb 9, 2013 9:30am PST
jersey. i went to school up and down the east coast. i went to undergrad at duke university. i went to law school at harvard. after clerking for a judge, i came out here in 1997. i have been here for the last 14 years. i have always lived in the castro. i am an attorney. i started out in private practice. i settle private law firm during complex commercial litigation. in 2002, and moved over to the sentences the city attorney's office where i worked on the trial team doing trials for the city, handling my own cases, and supervising a team of attorneys as well. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? >> i always assumed i would go back to the philadelphia area since that is where my family is. i was always interested in san francisco in terms of what it is as a city, its culture, it's amazing lgbt community. i came out here for a summer, fell in love with it. i have been interested in politics since i was a kid. i worked on campaigns as a teenager. i was involved campaign against senator jesse helms when i was in college. when i cannot hear, and was not initially involved pol
MSNBC
Feb 7, 2013 2:00am PST
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MSNBC
Feb 13, 2013 6:00am PST
last night at duke university. when he made his first public speech since leaving office. joining me now is former senator from indiana, republican senator dick lugar. senator lugar, good morning to you. thanks for coming on. >> good morning. >> i want to start with something you said about chuck hagel's conconfirmation. you were somebody that was always rumored as a potential republican that president obama could tap and ask to serve in various positions. secretary of state. do you believe if you had been nominated, would you have gotten the same treatment that chuck hagel got by your former republican colleagues? >> probably not. i think perhaps we would have more support. but the fact is that i indicated many times i did not want to serve in the obama administration. did not want to be an appointed official. i appreciated being an elected official. and the independence that came with that status. >> it seems that you believe that chuck hagel was treated differently simply because he was a republican who didn't -- who switched sides. >> in this particular context, unfortunately, ve
WHUT
Feb 3, 2013 11:00am EST
, southern baptist, duke university b.a. magna cum laude. master of divinity. southern baptist theological seminary, master of theology, summa cum laude. cambridge university ph.d.. eaton baptist church cambridge england associate pastor two years. cambridge university, england, instructor, classics, two years. capitol hill baptist church, washington, d.c., pastor, six years and cur dever. born palestine, 34 years of age, wife soran. two children. muslim. university of jordan. b.a., university of jordan, m.a. islam historic. hardford seminary m.a. karattive religions and muslim-christian relations. council on economic relations, washington, d.c. director of public relations. two years. national naval medical center, washington, muslim chaplain, three years and currently, georgetown university. muslim chaplain. one year and currently. yahya hendi. >> yahya hendi, imam, you are a muslim theologian, is that correct? >> i think so. >> how many years did you spend studying muslim theology? >> i would say about 15 years. >> how does the koran depict jesus? >> well, jesus is looked at as a prophe
CBS
Feb 21, 2013 12:00pm PST
be beneficial. >>> childhood bullying can affect people long into adulthood. researchers at duke university found that bullied children are more likely to have anxiety disorders, depression and suicidal thoughts as adults. children who were bullies themselves are also at increased risk of developing antisocial personality disorders years later. >>> all right. men, listen up. do you think the women in your life talk too much? >> do you? >> sometimes. >> it turns out though that it's not our fault. it's our nature. according to a new study from the university of maryland, talking a lot is biologically programmed in women. women have 30% more of the language protein in their brains making them talk three times more than men. in fact, get this, women on average rack up 20,000 words a day while men only speak about 7,000. >> you know why? it's because we're such good listeners. >> i have two daughters so my husband has to live with three of us. can you imagine? >> feel sorry for him. >> we need a place we can get away for just a little bit. >> you know, w
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 11:00pm EST
sod far. >>> a duke university fraternity has within suspended over an asian-themed party. the invitation mocked people with asian accents. the inindustriations called guests dressed in sumo costumes. the fraternity's national office says it is investigating. >>> president obama's nominee for cia director faced some harsh crit sitand that actually had some people cleared from the room. >>> public humiliation and a fresh start. a drunken boating accident forces prominent state senator don dwyer to admit he is an alcoholic. he told mary bubal ark how that changed his life. >> 20, 29 people in the water. >> reporter: a violent collision, two speedboats slam into each other. >> i had blood under my fingernails. >> reporter: randy harvin and his grandchildren suffer serious injuries. state delegate don dwyer at the helm of the other boat. police say dwyer is going full throttle, out of control, and destruction. >> reporter: when r you an alcoholic? >> when you get to the point where i am struggling like i was and using alcohol like i was
KRON
Feb 20, 2013 8:00pm PST
, but the tests performed by an expert at duke university found the problem was prevalent. listen to the results. >> 22 out of 24 had one. green says the chemicals are known to cause a wide range of health risks for children. >> one is even banned. take a look here. see this tag, green says parents or other caregivers should inquire at their child's daycare facitlity to check for themselves to see if the mats they are using these mats. >> see how it says polyurethene. >> reporter: green says already one company has agreed to pull the mats, they are working with other manufacturers, in the meantime, they will continue with their lawsuit, for the sake of all children. terisa estacio, kron4news.. >> pam: new tonight at eight the streets of san rafael could be getting much more tidy. thanks to a new program that will pay homeless people. to help clean up the city. kron 4's scott rates shows us how the program will work. >> reporter: the city manager telling me this program will provide food, clothing and cash to the homeless here on these streets in exchange for helping keep the city looking sharp!
KRON
Feb 24, 2013 8:00pm PST
't just one mat, but the tests performed by an expert at duke university found the problem was prevalent. listen to the results. >> 22 out of 24 had one. >> reporter: green says the chemicals are known to cause a wide range of health risks for children. >> one is even banned. take a look here. see this tag, green says parents or other caregivers should inquire at their child's daycare facitlity to check for themselves to see if the mats they are using these mats. >> see how it says polyurethene. green says already one company has agreed to pull the mats, they are working with other manufacturers, in the meantime, they will continue with their lawsuit, for the sake of all children. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. coming up to roundabouts. now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. here's the area where the round-about is stanley was showing us. >> this is in the richmond district. some confused driver many drivers see this circle and is of the fact that they have to stop. can you see this black mark on the curb? let me tell you steve. >> a couple of weekends ago i heard a
ABC
Feb 25, 2013 5:00pm EST
by duke university's canine, mission center. >> that is the purpose of the test, to show the weaknesses and strengths and understand your dog. what makes your dog think and react and problem-solving. >> with a few household items and quite a few traits. you test things like how long your dog will hold your gaze. issue will sneak a tree when you are not looking. -- treat when you are not looking. or she follows your queue or her memory. instead results reveal your dog's personality type. >> protodog is reminiscent of the dog that started relationships with humans. >> she is good at everything. >> airport describes your -- a report describes your dog's abilities. >> she depends on me for our memory. >> she got the thing about coming to my right side a matter what i do. >> dognition costs $60 per dog and takes 90 minutes to complete. >> they are focused with food. >> and my dog is left handed. >> she's very cute. >> i'll tell her you said so. we have some new guidelines on treating childhood ear infections. the american academy of pediatricians recommend parents monitor kids for three days
NBC
Feb 7, 2013 4:00pm EST
universities. a fraternity at duke is under fire for an asian-themed party that some say was racist. michelle ko sine can i with reaction from students and the university. >> these are the invites sent out online to a party they called asia prime, with misspeaks mocking accented english. >> i was really angry, and i was hurt by it. >> the result, some furious students here at duke university. >> when you wrote you are not just mocking an accent, you are mocking an imgrant's struggle to make it in this nation. >> world of the party went viral and several students complained. the frat send out another e-mail changing the name, but it went on as planned. this week angry students posted flyers in protest showing forthos, the protesters captioned if you're not outraged, you're not paying attention. >> here a student wearing a sumo wrestingling costume. >> it reduces our way of life into a crude joke. >> reporter: but one tweeted -- of all the things worth protesting, this is not one. >> i'm asian, and i think the theme is hilarious. the vice president of student affairs says he takes the allegatio
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 5:00pm EST
suspensions and parties at the duke university party. >>> but coming up next, warning celebrities to keep their private parts covered at this year's grammy awards. we'll (woman) 3 days of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >>> cover up is the dress code for the grammies. no more wardrobe malfunction. now who could forget pink's high wire outfit from a couple years ago or j.lo's revealing dress as well. that's low cut. talent should be sure that buttocks and breasts are adequately covered. thong-type costumes and the bare size or under the curb of the breasts, those are a no-no. >> now wait, cbs and the grammy's are saying we need to leave something to the imagination. that's what we'r
FOX
Feb 4, 2013 10:00pm EST
study found 85% -- duke university. her study found 85% of all couches in the u.s. contain flame retardants including one pulled from children's pajamas in the 1970s. stapleton met with the epa last week on this issue and told me today, "i think we need you date a large number of our flammability standards and closely evaluate the application of these chemicals to consumer products. from what i have seen there appears to be excessive use of these chemicals in some products that are not even required to meet flammability standards. this is leading to higher exposure to chemicals with unknown health effects." the epa is currently reviewing some of the most commonly used flame retardants reassessing their safety. >>> up next new details about a war hero gunned down this weekend. >> plus an incredible discovery. this skeleton was once the most powerful man in england. wait till you hear where researchers found it coming up.   >> this fox 5 stock market report is brought to you by your lexus dealer. live life heroically.   this is dylan right here, this
CNBC
Feb 5, 2013 9:00pm EST
resilient. >> he went from the bus to a scholarship at duke university, and then to harvard medical school where he's on the faculty. he married a haitian woman, and they have three children. though he travels the world, paul farmer insists haiti is home. services are free, but he still accepts gifts like the occasional rooster. >> give me the laundry list of the kinds of gifts you've gotten over the years. >> well, yesterday, i got two roosters. i got, probably, about a dozen and a half eggs. i got some milk. >> you got enough there for breakfast. >> yeah, yeah. i do. >> before we left haiti, dr. farmer insisted we meet one last patient. this is yolette sanon, a 35-year-old cancer survivor. the chemotherapy worked. her leukemia is in remission. >> it's awfully good news for her. >> good news. >> so she looks a million times better. [speaking foreign language] >> and this was the one place the normally in-control, even-keeled paul farmer revealed, sometimes his work does get to him. it happened when he read yolette's thank-you letter.
NBC
Feb 7, 2013 6:00am EST
:15. a fraternity at duke university facing outrage after throwing a party that some say was racist and mocked the asian community. take a look at pictures now from that party. they show students wearing hats and sumo suits. some say the online invitation even had racist undertones. the party sparked protests on campus, but the university is not planning any discipline. >> it made us angry, and it's happened again and again. this is not the first instance. we felt like it was time that we do something about it. >> at the moment we're not aware of overt violations. acting boorish and foolish is not in and of itself. i take it seriously. >> the local chapter has been suspended. the president of the chapter has apologized. >>> for the first time in weeks, a boeing 8 787 dreamliner will take to the skies today. the faa gave boeing permission to fly the plane from texas to washington state. it's just a way to relocate the plane. all 787s remain grounded while investigators find out what's wrong with the lithium ion batteries. the ntsb says despite the issues, that type of battery isn't necessarily
CSPAN
Feb 26, 2013 10:00am EST
. hospitals around the country and those in my district like duke university medical center, serve an invaluable role in the community to not only care for those who are safe but to research and find cures for critical diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease. curable diseases that kill people every day. don't let this happen. the across-the-board cuts will sever funding for research from organizations like the national institutes of health, scientists at universities across my district, like duke university and north carolina university, would not have the chance to discover groundbreaking medical advancements which gave one the nobel prize in chemistry in my district. many citizens in my district are low-income families who are currently surviving from assistance from critical anti-poverty programs like unemployment benefits, snap and w.i.c. low income families will bear the brunt of the sequester. however, if congress does not work together to prevent sequestration this week, these programs will lose very significant portions of their budget. north carolina has an eno
CNN
Feb 7, 2013 9:00am PST
chapter at duke university after the frat held a party that asian students call racist. it was call kappa sigma asia prime. it used phrases that made fun of asian accents. there were pictures of the party online. they showed students dressed up in asian clothing. we wrapped out to the chapter. they had no comment. but the plarnt organization released a statement saying the kappa sigma fraternity finds the actions associated with this event are inappropriate and insensitive and kappa sigma does not condone such activity. this matter will be investigated. >>> the republican party is sending senator marco rubio to respond to the president's state of the union address next week. >> thank you. thank you. >> the first termer from florida was very visible during last year's presidential race working hard for romney despite the party just capping 27% of the latino vote. the gop wants to change that. we are told rubio will speak in both english and spanish, so let's get some conversation going about this. about senator marco rubio and a decision to put him upright after the state of the union. ann
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 9:35pm EST
is a native of north carolina and a graduate of duke university and came to massachusetts 22 years ago, and graduated with a law degree in 1994. he is a highly respected public citizen. his service on the front lines in our efforts to manage through the worst economy in 80 years and build a better and stronger commonwealth for the next generation has given him an intimate understanding of the issues we face. in every step, she has brought operation, perspective, wisdom, sound judgment and clarity of purpose area. he also brought cool. that has all earned him the respect, admiration, and trust of people throughout government , the business community, labor , and advocacy groups. he has been a valued ally to me. i am confident that he will be to his new colleagues and to be president. i want to thank him for his to take on this assignment. and as wife stacy and boys for letting him do so. i know the personal sacrifice that goes with public service, and i appreciate that your own sense of service is behind your willingness to lend mo to the people of the commonwealth. it is now my honor t
CBS
Feb 3, 2013 6:00am PST
the nobel prize may be just another great scientist. >> reporter: duke university neuro scientist says there often is a very fine line between winning and losing not that that makes us feel any better about coming in second. >> there's a classic study that looked at athletes in the olympics. they just looked to see how happy athletes were when they won. they looked at photographs and had unbiased people coding what the facial expression was. >> reporter: they were stunned at what they saw. >> you'll see the common pattern. the gold medalist is very happy. the bronze medalist is very happy and silver medalist has a sort of blank expression on his or her face. they're sort of staring out into the distance. >> reporter: there's no shame in silver unless you can't stop fixating on gold. >> the bronze medalist had thoughts that compared themselves to everybody else. so they thought wow if i had only done a little worse i would have one of those many people not here on the medal stand. i made it. i'm a medalist. the silver medalist though had thoughts to compare themselveses to the gold meda
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 7:00am PST
doraiswamy is from duke university. why these alarming numbers going up? >> it's what we call the silver tsunami. three reasons. one is the graying of america, the big rise in people 65 plus. the numbers are expected to double so as we get better at treating heart disease, cancer as we live longer the consequences, we may be at risk for alzheimer's. >> is there anything we can do to prevent it? >> there's no magic bullet right now, but there are several trials of experimental treatments underway but there are a lot of things we can do to try to reduce our risk. for example, the single biggest risk for alzheimer's i think is strokes and vascular risk factors. so being heart healthy, exercising, trying to eat sort of a diet that's not too fatty, low saturated fats and also keeping yourself mentally active and socially active all of these are things that each one of us can do. >> you talk about this silver tsunami. how is our health care system going to be able to handle these cases? >> it's pretty scary. we are broke and we are going to go from being broke to being
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 7:00am EST
of alzheimer's patients could triple by 2050. he's a professor of psychiatry and behavioral science from duke university. welcome. >> thank you. >> why are these alarming numbers going up? >> it's called the silver tsunami. three reasons. one is the greater america. as we begin treating heart disease and cancer we're living longer and alzheimer's chances increase. >> is there a way to prevent it? >> not right now. there are a number of trial experiments. there are a lot of things we can do to avoid the risk. the biggest is stroke and vascular risk factors. being heart healthy, exercising, trying to eat a diet that's not too fatty, low saturated fats, and also keeping yourself mentally tissue and socially active, all of these are things each one of us can do. >> you talk about the silver tsunami. how is our health care system going to be able to handle these cases? >> it's really scary. we're broke and we're going go to really broke. it's expected to add about $2 trillion to our health care budget. the number of family caregivers is going to go from 15 million to maybe 50 million. >> oh, my go
ABC
Feb 16, 2013 11:00pm EST
side. has been a wild night on the campus of the university of maryland. -- beats eat duke and a in a basketball game that to the wire. they were ready for anything, but what an exciting night. this victory in so much to the students. video onto some campus. , having are celebrating time.t there have been some .ast issues after this game tonight there was one arrest. but does not seem to be any as in year upon past. students. intoere hoping to get amid in march. it is a huge win for the school. more importantly, everyone is having a great time. >> greatest thing that has ever -- that has ever happened. this campus is about to go crazy. here on campus, it is quiet. in the downtown area, there are a couple of hundred students in the street. seem to be not overly crazy. we have had some issues before after these games. there has been one arrest. pole fell down. an exciting, but not destructive night here in college park. you can hear that student is pretty hoarse from screaming. we should point out that horace holmes will have all of the action from the big game coming .p spor
NBC
Feb 7, 2013 7:00am EST
at a prestigious university. was a fraternity party at duke racist. michelle kosinski on the campus in durham, north carolina. good morning. >> reporter: that's right. this is all over a fraternity party, many felt had an offensive, even racist theme from the invites on. it led to a student demonstration here and the suspension of the fraternity. these are the invites sent out by kappa sigma to a party called asia prime with misspelling marking english and kim jong-il. >> i was hurt and angry. >> the result furious students at duke university. >> when you wrote hero duke, you were not just mocking an accent, you were mocking an immigrant's struggle to make it in this nation. >> reporter: wore word of the party went viral and students complained. they sent out an e-mail changing the name of the party but it went on as planned february 1st. this week angry students posted flyers in protest showing photos of people in asian attire. protesters captioned if you're not outraged you're not paying attention. here a student wears a sumo costume with hashtag. >> made a mockery, reducing our way of life
FOX
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm EST
to be done. scott live with the sports edge. >>> university of maryland student showed duke what they had on and off the court. they choreographed a flash mob saturday night. if you haven't seen this whole thing. this one in the first half and the harlem shake in the second half. check it out on youtube. >>> welcome back to florida for day 2. entire teamworking out. it's nats spring training . and game one start of the spring. surprise, surprise. it's steven strassburg. he will throw on saturday. jordan zimmermann will throw in game 2 on sunday. to practice today in the diamond and beautiful day out there. near perfect weather. catch the team bounced from station to station. as you might imagine batting practice drew the larger crowd. game 4 hero jason worth. he and i talked today about his iconic home run against those cardinals. >> i think about both those days a lot. >> what kind of sticks out here when you look back at 2012? game force high? >> combination. probably the biggest highest point of most of our careers to the lowest in about 24 hours. it was a roller coaster ride of good a
NBC
Feb 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> for the first time ever, students who complete select classes from duke, the university of pennsylvania, and uc-irvine can ask for college credit. but there is a catch. it's up to the schools to decide if they'll accept it. >> there are certainly some kinds, of course,s for which it makes perfect sense. >> keith devlin teaches a math class on core sarah be awhile a fan of online ed, he is cautious about giving college credits. >> learning something remotely in your home will get you some things and for some disciplines it's fine. but i don't see it as being the replacement for colleges and universities. >> reporter: devlin thinks campuses create small group interactions with professors that can't be replicated online. >> i know some of my colleagues found it really disconcerting teaching a class where there were no students in front of them. >> just this week a uc professor publicly quit core sarah halfway through his class overdisagreements how to teach the course. another hiccup? technology blunders. earlier this month, the class was canceled because of technical problems. >> i think all of u
CNN
Feb 8, 2013 2:00am PST
and their families in a long online letter. >>> a duke university fraternity has been suspended after throwing an asian-themed party. many consider it racist and insensitive. asian-american students at yoouft university were outraged after pictures emerged. the invitations for the party used language mocking many asian accents. >>> did veteran film critic rex reed go too far in his critique of the new comedy "identity thief"? he referred to the film's star, melissa mccarthy, as tractor sized and a hippo. the observer website exploded with fiery comments saying reed crossed the line criticizing mccarthy's appearance instead of the movie. "identify thief" opens today. >>> almost 20 minutes after the hour. time for your early reads, your local news making national headlines this morning. in the "miami herald," a circuit judge has approved a private adoption, allowing three people, a gay man and married lesbian couple, to be listed on the birth certificate of their 21-month-old daughter. they tried unsuccessfully at clinics until asking their friend to help. so three people on a birth certificate.
ABC
Feb 7, 2013 4:30am PST
between $100 and $1930 to receive credit. the classes are from leading universities including stanford and duke. >> record numbers are buying homes using all cash. a third of california home sales last year were all cash. in the bay area, 26,000 homes were purchased with no financing we look to how this is changing the way homes are sold here. >> joe has listed his home for two years and is ready to buy a home in the south bay and has been house hunting for seven or eight months and took all the right steps to purchase a home. >> prequalified, preapproved. >> he has 20 percent downpayment but the four or five offers have been rejected and it turns out cash is key. >> the selling agent told us we had higher overall offer but they accepted an all cash offer because it was close enough and they want add quick close. >> it is new. >> president of the santa clara association of realtors says there has been an increase in cash buyers in the bay area the last several months. >> it is not just first time buyers in the $400,000 range that affects the $1 million to $1.5 million. >> there is less
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Feb 8, 2013 4:00am PST
awaiting approval from the state department. >>> a duke university fraternity has been suspended for throwing an asian themed party many considered racist and incentive. asian-americans were outraged after pictures posted on facebook showed partygoers dressed in stereo typical attire some having chopsticks in the hair, the invitations used language mocking many asian accents. >>> taking your kids out to eat, is that a recipe for disaster for your family? not if you're this people. family in washington state shocked to see a local restaurant knocked $4 off their bill because their kids were so well exploded sparking a debate about parents and how to keep their kids online. she followed one tips on not raising brats. she says, take your kids out to eat at least a couple times a month, give them a snack before you head out, be sure they're rested and healthy, and notice the people, art, music and food in the room and talk about them. >> just sit and have a glass of wine and ignoring them, works for me, oh, not my kid. >> whoops. >> come over here. >>> let's talk a little bit about
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Feb 12, 2013 5:00pm EST
have a degree in english from duke university, the answer is yes. i don't know what it's going to take. maybe it gets everyone's attention, from a navy perspective, if sequestration is implemented, will he have less naval bases? >> well, senator, that falls under the base closure realignment process. >> how many ships will they have? >> if sequestration is enacted over the nine-year period, we anticipate the fleet shrinking by approximately 50 ships and at least two carrier air groups and carrier strike groups. >> in english, how many is that? >> 220 to 230. >> all right. the air force. are we going to have less airplanes? >> what happens to the f-35? >> it depends on what is going forward. short-term is one of two airplanes this year -- [talking over each other] >> what if sequestration goes into effect fully? >> it would be hard to modernize, right? >> it would be impossible to modernize. >> would that make it more difficult to go into a situation like an attack on iran to prevent their nuclear programs in the future? >> yes, sir. it would be impacted. >> from the army point of view,
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Feb 16, 2013 4:00pm EST
of adjectives to tell us how bad this is? >> i've a degree in english from duke university and the answer is yes. >> i don't know what is going to take but we have to keep trying to. maybe bases closing seems to get everybody's attention in congress. from a navy perspective will we have less naval bases? >> senator, that falls under the base closure re-alignment process. >> how many ships will we have? >> if sequestration is enacted with the budget caps over the nine year period we expect it to shrink by 50 ships and two carrier air groups -- carrier strike groups and some other groups. >> in english how many is that? >> 220-230. >> the air force, are we going to have less airplanes? >> we're going have to have less airplanes. >> what is the bottom line? let's say sequestration goes fully into effect. >> we'll have to look at complete program. >> it is going to billion hard to modernize? >> we'll have to completely remodernize. >> will it be prevent us from going into iran? >> yes we'll be kicking the dirt. >> from the army, will we have less army bases? >> about a 40% reduction with sequestrati
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Feb 27, 2013 3:00am PST
is not one who has embraced medicare >> caller: i am scared of that. these big hospitals like duke university and university of north carolina, i think they are going to force him to do that. they have vial hate red in their heart. i will tell your listeners. these republicansred in their heart. i will tell your listeners. these republicans. this is like living in a nightmare. they have gone completely over the rail. >> bill: yeah. talk about extremists. we have never seen any party as extreme to the right as we have said with our last caller there when chris crist irving is the most moderate, the only kind of moderate governor out there, the rest has gone over the rail. the tea party has taken them over. greg is milville new jersey. what are we supposed to think about your governor here, greg? >> well, i like some of the things he's done but for the most part, i don't like him and i can't wait to vote him out. what took him so lom to accept medicaid for all of the families here in jersey who really need it, people who don't have no insurance whatsoe
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Feb 12, 2013 11:00pm EST
. can you tell us how bad this is? >> i have a degree in english from duke university, and the answer is yes. i don't know what it's going to take, but we will just keep trying. bases closing seems to get everyone's attention. we'll be have less legal basis is sequestration is implemented. >> that falls under the base closure realignment process. >> how many shifts will they have? >> if it is enacted with the budget caps over the nine-year period, we anticipated to shrink by approximately 50 ships and to carrier air groups and a proportional number of other groups. >> groups. >> in english, how many is that? >> 220, 230. >> all right. we have less airplanes? >> yes. >> what happens to the f-35? >> it depends on what it is going forward. >> with a sequestration goes fully into effect. >> we will have to look completely at the program. >> it will be hard to modernize, wanted? >> yes. >> would make it more difficult to go in to a situation like an attack on iran in the future? >> yes,. >> from the army point of view, the general will agree unless army bases? we will definitely have less
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